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. it cannot reasonably ignore the law, and misapplying. so it is now preparing to send out a variety of notices to federal contractors, the contract is suspended or canceled. or to tell various agency the-- the t.s.a., f.a.a., all through the federal government, lay people off, this is real, because they seaport negotiations are not getting anywhere near a deal and they have to prepare for the cutting side of the fiscal cliff, not just the taxes. >> o'donnell: and, nancy, if there is no deal, what happens next on monday? >> reporter: essentially we move to plan b, where senates democrat introduce their own plan in the senate that caps the bush tax cuts ap at $250,000 or less, extends long-term unemployment benefits, maybe imposing spending cuts to push off the sequester for six months or a year and we see if the republicans allow a straight up-or-down votes that only requires 50 senators to vote yes or if we have to go to a 60-vote threshold. democrats think they can get the seven republicans they need-- they think they might be able to get up to 10 who have signaled they could go al
affair? oh, yeah, it's me, my brother my brother in law, and my father, vito, who i'd like to introduce you to. vito, nice to meet you. thank you, nice to meet you. so how long have you been doing this? oh, 1950 this summer 1950. 1950! 60 years. yeah. unbelievable. now, you grew up in italy? i grew up and i came here when i was 14. and got right to work? my uncle wanted me to get out of the house, so he said, "i'll send you to work with a friend of mine mr. batista clemenzi." mm-hmm. and then i was with him for 19 years. and what types of jobs were you doing back in the 1950s? well, you know, regular flats, but not like this. we used to put the -- you know, plaster three coat thick. yeah. your sons were telling me some great stories about you working. they said you used to take the train to work. train, the bus everything. there was a lot of time -- we didn't have much competition like you do today, and we used to have a suitcase like this and then we -- you know when we changed jobs we put everything in a suitcase, go on the bus. y
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